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Sui Dhaaga-Made In India

  • Drama
  • September, 28 2018
  • 2 Hours 2 Minutes
  • Hindi
  • Budget: ₹ 48 Crore

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Sui Dhaaga-Made In India is a story about self-reliance and pride. Mauji, the protagonist played by Varun Dhawan, lives in a village near Delhi with his wife Mamta (Anushka Sharma), mother (Yamini Das), and father (Raghubir Yadav). Mauji works at a sewing machine shop owned by Bansal (Sidharth Bhardwaj) and his son Prashant (Ashish Verma), who always mistreat him and make him do ridiculous things. When Prashant gets married, Mauji and his family are invited to the wedding, where Mamta feels embarrassed and humiliated to see Mauji being asked to perform dog-like antics by the Bansals. The film showcases how Mauji and Mamta overcome their struggles and work towards their dreams, showcasing their talent in the field of tailoring and sewing, despite the difficulties they face from society and the people around them. Mamta encourages Mauji to start his own sewing business since he is skilled at it. However, Mauji's father forbids him from entering the tailoring business because of his grandfather's past losses. Initially, Mauji declines Mamta's offer, but later quits his job and sets up a street stall in Delhi. Meanwhile, Mauji's mother is hospitalized after falling in their house and medical tests reveal multiple blockages in her heart. The family is already struggling to make ends meet, and with Mauji out of work and his mother in the hospital, their situation worsens. The film revolves around what happens next with the family's struggles and Mauji's efforts to start his own business.

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Movie Name :

Sui Dhaaga-Made In India

Released Date :

28 September 2018

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Music Label :

Yash Raj Films

Runtime :

2 Hours 2 Minutes

Platform :

Amazon Prime Video

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Budget :

48 Crore

Pinkvilla’s Review

Sui Dhaaga-Made in India is a heartwarming movie about self-discovery and pride. The story unfolds as Mauji decides to leave his job and start his own business, which Mamta supports. Director Sharat Kataria showcases the budding relationship between the couple and their struggles in the first half while the second half revolves around their efforts to put together an ambitious fashion show. The chemistry between the lead actors looks so organic onscreen that it feels natural. The supporting cast also shines in their roles, with Raghuvir Yadav's comic timing being a particular standout. The movie is a delightful watch, with straight-faced humor, a smooth screenplay, and honest performances that make it a must-watch.